Literary events this week on Martha's Vineyard
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Thursday, Aug. 23
Poetry Reading 5 pm, West Tisbury Library. With Fanny Howe & Katie Peterson. Refreshments. Free. 508-693-3366; westtisburylibrary.org.
Author's Talk with Tom Dunlop 5:30 pm, Harbor View Hotel, Edgartown. On his book, "The Chappy Ferry Book: Back and Forth Between Two Worlds - 527 Feet Apart." Hosted by M.V. Museum. $12; $8 members. 508-627-4441 x110; mvmuseum.org.
Author's Talk with Alan Dershowitz 7:30 pm, M.V. Hebrew Center, Vineyard Haven. $15. Is J Street's Position on Iran Good or Bad for Israel? Sponsored by the program committee of the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center. 508-693-0745.
Wednesday, Aug. 29
Author's Talk with Ellen Weiss 5:30 pm, Chilmark Library. On her book, "Robert R. Taylor and Tuskegee: An African American Architect Designs for Booker T. Washington." Free. Sponsored by the Friends of the Chilmark Public Library. 508-645-3360.
Roundtable Discussion with Geraldine Brooks 6 pm, Aquinnah Cultural Center. Discussion will center around the changes Ms. Brooks made in the recently released paperback version of "Caleb's Crossing" after the 2011 event. $7 suggested donation. 508-645-7900; email@example.com.
Author's Talk with Tom Dresser 7 pm, Edgartown Library. On his book, "The Wampanoag Tribe of Martha's Vineyard: Colonization to Recognition." Free. 508-627-4221; edgartownlibrary.org.
Author's Talk 7:30 pm, M.V. Hebrew Center, Vineyard Haven. Discussion between Imam Feisal, author of "Moving the Mountain," and Rabbi Caryn B. Broitman of Martha's Vineyard Congregation. 508-693-0745; firstname.lastname@example.org.